Time for another podcast, my friends! We'll be recording GN Podcast Webisode 511 LIVE at 3 PM ET. You can come RIGHT to this post to watch all the action live. You can also hit up the link below to join in with our chat room! That way you can chat with others that are watching the show, and we can read your comments on the air! Usually we have a pretty fun time, so we'd love to have you join in!
The following info comes from the official E3 2015 'map your show' event planner...
Role-Playing > Nintendo 3DS
Action > Nintendo 3DS
Action > Nintendo Wii U
Racing > Nintendo 3DS
Simulation > Nintendo Wii U
Are these all going to be brand-new titles, or could some of these listings pertain to Virtual Console games? On top of that, Deep Silver also has multiple listings on the site, but it seems that their listings just name every platform for every genre. I don't feel confident in sharing their list, since it seems to be purely placeholder.
Earlier in the week, we featured a fantastic interview from the Financial Post. A 10-year-old girl got the chance to play a review copy of Splatoon and she seemed quite tickled by it. She even had some very wise words to share about Nintendo games and public opinion in general. If you missed out on that feature, please make sure to take a look.
It seems that Splatoon itself is a catalyst for some pretty sage advice from youngsters. Yet again we have a feature with a young kid talking to an adult about Splatoon. This time around it's a 6-year-old that manages to turn around the opinion of a jaded 35-year-old Game Informer staffer. Pretty cool to see this young kid's impressions of the game transform his father's line of thinking.
Thanks to Amazon, we now know that the leaked details of Skylanders Superchargers are indeed true. That's all well and good, but when will we see an official reveal of the game? According to German gaming magazine Games Master, the official reveal date is June 3rd. Seems that the next issue of Games Master (also available on June 3rd) will have info on the game as well. Thanks to Jordan for the heads up!
Will Tomonobu Itagaki make Devil's Third his swan song when it comes to traditional games? An interview with the man himself indicates that him/his company will be moving onto mobile game development after they put the final touches on Devil's Third. While Itagaki doesn't state if he will return to traditional platform development at a later date, it does seem that Devil's Third will be his last console outing for at least a little while.